One of my favorite things about Jesus is that nothing is ever too broken, too messy, too dirty, too hopeless, or too far gone for Him. He is the master Craftsman and He is continually at work in our heart and lives. He is taking our broken, messy, dirty, hopeless, sinful selves and repurposing us into a beautiful reflection of Himself.
God loves to take people and situations that seem beyond repair and use them for His honor and glory.
He did it for me.
He repurposed me for His purpose. He found me when I was an absolute mess and He is doing an unbelievable work in and through me. I’m still a work in progress, but I will never be the same.
Maybe that is why I love turning trash to treasure at Drop Leaf Designs. To me, repurposing old furniture is a concrete example that new life can be breathed into things that once seemed useless or worthless. It is a call to embrace the imperfect, turn junk to gems, and to create salvaged treasures.
This is a topic I’m passionate about. It’s one I also love to speak on. For more information about having me speak to your women’s ministry or group about Living A Repurposed Life, visit the connect page.
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